In episode 36, this card is seen when Bastion is reviewing one his decks at the beginning of the episode. Bastion was surprised that this card was in his Deck, but quickly made sure nobody saw that he had this card. He later scolded Syrus Truesdale and Chumley Huffington for having 'idol cards' in their Decks. This card then appears in Bastion's mind before he quickly tries to forget about that. This card's spirit form later appears in Bastion's mind again during his Duel against Tania.
In episode 35, this card was seen as one of the many cards that Rally, Blitz, Nervin, and Tank threw into the air in order to distract some Satellite residents who wanted Yusei Fudo's Duel Runner (Yusei's friends knew the Runner was more important than their cards, so they threw the latter into the air as a distraction).
In episode 48, this card was shown as a stone tablet in Torunka's backstory flashback when he explains on how the Duel spirits used to live peacefully until Zeman the Ape King and his army inflicted the Minus Curse on everybody and took control of the spirit world.
This card is also seen on the wall as a stone tablet in Zeman's castle as one of the prisoners trapped in stone tablets.
In episode 49, this card is seen on the wall as a stone tablet in Zeman's castle as one of the prisoners trapped in stone tablets.
In episode 50, this card is seen on the wall as a stone tablet in Zeman's castle as one of the prisoners trapped in stone tablets.
In episode 51, this card is seen on the wall as a stone tablet in Zeman's castle when the spirits absorbed by "Earthbound Immortal Cusillu" were returned to their tablets and being released from their imprisonment.
This card appears in Paradox's explanation when he tells Yugi, Jaden, and Yusei that the reason why he came to the past was so that he could prevent his own bad future from happening. Yugi, Jaden, and Yusei disagreed with going along with Paradox's plan as Paradox's actions will destroy and ruin their eras in time since they revolved around Duel Monsters.